In just five weeks time, I will be packing my Bags and heading to Los Angeles for Fashion week.
I cannot explain how fast the past few months have gone by, but am still quite glad that I am comfortably on track.
Last week I finalised the remaining pieces for the Collection, everything is steamed, pressed and hung beautifully on wooden hangers ready to be worn and brought to life on the runway !
But before I head to Fashion Week, there are still a few things I have to prepare to market my Label. This week it was all about finding an appropriate venue for the photo-shoot. As I have previously photographed this collection, I thought it would be good to revisit the original location of the shoot, as well as finding a new venue to mix it up with something a little more scenic and historical.
A Photo-shoot is a designers way of telling a story, and communicating to the audience their view of what the collection is actually about. As I have added a few new pieces as well as revised some existing ones, I thought that I’d really like to focus on each piece, each Look on it’s own. This way, the audience themselves can creatively imagine what they think it’s all about. It’s limited only to their imagination. This collection might have been a little morbid to begin with, considering my first photo-shoot was at an old graveyard but I believe by mixing it up and adding that historical touch it will really lift this high-end Collection and give it another vibe. A more sophisticated, Classy Vibe.
Here are some Shots of todays Venues, now all that is left is gaining the permit and organising each look around the venue :
What do you guys think ?
xxxx Much love,